Or, rather, the Chipwich was an ice-cream sandwich. According to the New York Times obituary of LaMotta, Nestlé, which acquired the brand a few years ago, stopped manufacturing it because the company already had its own Chipwich-like product.
How successful was the Chipwich?
From the Times:
By the time he sold his company to Coolbrands International, a Canadian
distributor, in 2002, more than a billion Chipwiches had been sold by
approximately 3,700 vendors in 36 markets.
After the jump, to stoke your nostalgia, a classic Chipwich commercial.